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USA Today reports that the "popular and widely controversial" sports supplement, Craze, has now been found to contain methamphetamine-like compounds. Craze is produced by Driven Sports who market the supplement as containing "only natural compounds" and as "giving unrelenting energy and focus." The study, to...
Why try to develop new drugs and therapies when we can repurpose old ones? Atul J. Butte, MD, PhD, Chief of Division of Systems Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine relays what happened when a cardiac drug showed unexpected sexual side effects. He explains that Contract Research Organizations (CROs) can...
Negativity may be a genetically controlled characteristic, The Washington Post reports. The claim is based on a study in Psychological Science that tested 200 people by flashing a series of words in rapid succession and asking participants to recall two of the words. The theory is that once the participant...